Do We Need Animal Testing Necessary?

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“92% of experimental drugs that are safe and effective in animals, fail in human clinical trials because they are too dangerous or don’t work” noted by The Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Obviously a solution to the constant abuse and unsuccessful testing is needed, but what? The answer should not be more animals; it should be new opportunities. New opportunities for animals as they escape into a normal life. New opportunities for humans as we further our understanding in technology so the use of animals is no longer needed. Although some may find animal testing necessary, animal testing should be illegal because its inhumane, better alternatives are available, and animals have greater potential.
Animals are the second smartest species in the world, yet people feel the need to put them through
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A noteworthy source declares, “Laws are in place to ensure that animals are treated humanely…Well treated animals give better test results.” This website makes two significant points in support of animal testing. It is important to consider that not all animals involved in experiments are harmed by the product being tested. In fact, it can be damaging to the experiment if the animals are treated unjustly because the animals’ stress level may affect the results of the experiment. In other words, it is for the benefit of the research that the animals are treated with compassion. In addition to the notions previously discussed, one shall also consider the benefits animal testing provides for humans. It allows humans to be spared from the tests themselves and protects those that intend to use the product in mass numbers. Also, animal testing has played a role in helping discover medications that can treat particular human diseases, which obviously is beneficial for the entire human

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